Thursday, August 18, 2011

Events Newsletter Now Available

By now you should have received an email from Diane Gaines with the following information:

The Palm Creek Golf and RV Resort Summer 2011 Newsletter is now available online. You can download the newsletter in .pdf format using the link below. If you do not want to download the newsletter, simply go to www.palmcreekgolf.com, click on Monthly Newsletter at the bottom of the home page and select Summer 2011 Newsletter. You can then read the newsletter at your leisure and if you want to purchase event/activity tickets in advance, you can print the order form/s of your choice.

We are offering this email service for you to have fingertip access to the newsletter at all times. You'll be able to view it all through the season and print the ticket order form/s anytime you wish. Advance ticket sales offer you a chance to reserve the "Best Seats in the House". You can mail, fax or call in your order for the special events and activities you would like to attend for the 2011-2012 Season. The call-in number is (520) 876-8969 and fax number is (520) 876-8962.

Here is a direct link to the newsletter:  Events Newsletter

It looks like we’re going to have a great FUN-filled season!  Get your tickets early for best seating.

 

We had a delicious lasagna dinner yesterday up at the clubhouse. 

lasagne dinner blog    

lasagne dinner blog

lasagne dinner blog    

lasagne dinner blog

With the ovens going full blast with lasagna and garlic bread, we ‘kitchen helpers’ got over heated so hid out in the freezer for a self-portrait and a breath of cool air!  It felt great.

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Tree trimming continues daily.  It takes several weeks and lots of back breaking labor hours to get it all done. 

tree trim blog

Have you ever taken a close look at those palm branches??  Thick gloves are mandatory for handling them as every branch is lined with thick sharp thorns.  The trees look graceful, but they’re tough!

tree trim thorns palm blog

Shimmering Sands Lane at the north end of the park is absolutely bustling with activity as new houses arrive.

house blog

house blog

house blog

house blog

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I was amazed when we drove past Sites 9 & 10 this morning where that tree was removed after the lightning strike.  Wow!  Can’t even tell there was ever a tree there.  Good work fellas. 

lightning tree blog

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